Michigan Senate Introduces Bipartisan Bills To Tackle Police BrutalityPolice reform could be on the way in the state of Michigan a bipartisan package of bills could put limitations on no-knock warrants and chokeholds.
Flint Water Settlement Borrowing Plan Approved By LawmakersThe legislation received House approval on 105-3 and 104-4 votes and will be signed by Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
Whitmer, State Leaders Announce Bipartisan Legislation Ahead Of Veterans DayGov. Gretchen Whitmer and state leaders announced bipartisan legislation ahead of Veterans Day.
Here's A List Of Bills Gov. Whitmer Signed Into Law ThursdayGov. Gretchen Whitmer signed several bills into law, vetoes three others Thursday. Here's everything you need to know.
Whitmer Vetoes Bill That Would Have Ended Deer Baiting BanAs promised, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vetoed legislation Thursday that would have ended Michigan's ban on using bait to hunt deer or elk, saying the restriction is needed to curb the spread of animal diseases such as chronic wasting disease.
Leaders Back Legislation That Could Expand Regional TransitDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan, two county executives and a commissioner from Washtenaw County say they support proposed legislation that could lead to expanding regional transit.
Whitmer OKs Bill To Bar Sale Of Cough Suppressant To MinorsMichigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has signed legislation to prohibit the sale of an over-the-counter cough suppressant to minors unless they have a prescription.
Michigan House Backs Ban On Cages For Egg-Laying HensMichigan would become the fifth state to require that egg-laying hens be housed in cage-free areas under legislation approved by the state House on Wednesday.
Michigan House OKs Bills To Expand Expungement Of CrimesThe Michigan House passed legislation Tuesday that would overhaul expungement laws to make it easier for hundreds of thousands of people to clear their criminal record, including those convicted of marijuana offenses before the drug's legalization for recreational use.
Whitmer Signs Bills To Treat 17-Year-Olds As JuvenilesGov. Gretchen Whitmer has signed legislation to raise the age of which offenders are treated as adults in the criminal justice system, from 17 to 18 years old.
Right-to-Try Bill Passes CongressCongress passed legislation that could give terminally ill patients a way to independently seek drugs that are still experimental and not fully approved.